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Study reveals greater ape population than predicted – but numbers are still on decline

A decade-long survey of western lowland gorillas and central chimpanzees has revealed that there are far more apes living in the Western Equatorial region of Africa than previously estimated.

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Study reveals greater ape population than predicted – but numbers are still on decline

Stirling hosts 100th meeting of freshwater forum

The University of Stirling is hosting the centenary meeting of the Scottish Freshwater Group.

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Stirling hosts 100th meeting of freshwater forum

Stirling graduates lead the way in the aquaculture sector

A number of University of Stirling graduates have received recognition in a series of ‘women in science’ features published by a leading business organisation in the aquaculture industry.

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Stirling graduates lead the way in the aquaculture sector

University of Stirling shortlisted at top aquaculture awards

The University of Stirling’s world-leading Institute of Aquaculture is in the running for a top award in recognition of the nutritional analysis it provides to industry.

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University of Stirling shortlisted at top aquaculture awards

Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds

The average brain size of humans has increased gradually over the past three million years, a new study involving a University of Stirling researcher has found.

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Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over three million years, study finds
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